|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Potato Flour, Pea Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...||Potato Flour, Pea Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...||Potato Starch, Vegetable Glycerin, Gelatin...||Potato Flour, Pea Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...||—|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, Chicken-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, Natural||Grain-Free||Grain-Free||Grain-Free|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Peanut Butter||Poultry, Chicken||Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Chicken|
While the dogs loved these treats, they didn't last as long as I hoped (gone in 5- 10 minutes). The dogs were not able to get to the piece that anchored the treat in the kong. I had to soften with water and cut out.
My dog loves the taste of these treats, but they don't last as long as I expected. She is a pretty aggressive chewer and she can get through one of these in under 5 minutes.
I have both types of kongs-classic and the other large one with a different shape). And these fit fine in them. You really have to push them down though. The ends are designed to stay in the Kong when the outer part is done, which extends the time the dogs will play with the chew. The girls LOVE these but I swear the formula has changed from the past or something because they smell different than they used to-or maybe I’m losing my mind and they always smelled lol! The smell and the cost are the only downsides for me. I think the other kong treats are a better deal.
Kong products have usually been the only ones that my dogs either can't destroy or last a long time. NOT THIS PRODUCT. The medium insert fits the medium long but the Large is too small for the large long. I did not see extra large inserts. Last about 5 minutes for my 60# and 90# dogs. Way too expensive for such a short lasting product. Very disappointed
The exterior part of this chew doesn’t last very long for my pit, but the pieces that fall into the kong keep her busy (and returning to the toy). Doggo is picky with toys (she doesn’t like to play by herself) and has poultry allergies, so this was a great find.
These must have been meant for very small dogs. My two (about 40 pounds) devoured these in about 3 minutes. The bottom of one got stuck in the kong so the dog destroyed the kong to get to it.
Doesn’t actually fit the toy & falls off immediately. Expect a 5 minute snack for your pup, not an engaging add on to keep them busy with their Kong.
Linus, my Rhodesian Ridgeback, is a true power chewer. I normally love Kong products. I fill his Kong with peanut butter and snacks and he works it until it's empty. Usually about a half hour until the Kong is totally empty. (I even wonder how, with his huge tongue, he manages to get the stuff at the very end, but he does!) I was taken in by the "Marathon" moniker and decided to see if he could conquer it. He did. In less than twenty minutes. (I didn't fill the Kong this time because I didn't want him to get too many calories.) But it's gone. No crumbs are left. So if your dog is a true power chewer, don't buy these.
I purchased on the intent that this would give my dog a treat that would engage her in a marathon time of play and enjoyment. Unfortunately my super chewer had it devoured in 5 minutes. It is well made and probably would last a regular pup hours of fun and challenging chewing but if you have a dog that tears apart toys in no time this might not be a product that will occupy their time for very long.
This and other treats intended for the Kong toy do not work with the regular red Kong. Harlee loves them as regular treats, but they won't stay in the Kong to make it more interesting for her to work on.